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switching pcb boards
Tags: Syma X9
February 20, 2012 - 10:29 am

Never heard of anybody putting a differnet board into a heli from a differnet brand, but here's my take-


in theory, you should be able to match it up and get it working, just make sure if it's a fake 107 board you have a fake remote, and if it's a real 107 board, you have both real 2frequency and 3 frequency remotes to see which it is.


As for how to fit it, the 107 one is long and thin. If the heli isn't long enough, but if you think it's wide enough, put a 102 motherboard in-they're more square-ish and much smaller. (although, the smaller helis syma makes are liable to have even small er boards, which will probably fit in anything)

February 18, 2012 - 4:31 pm

I've got a 6020 non gyro that I can never stabilize.   I was thinking about putting a s107G circuit board in it's place.   Anyone try this?   Is there room?  Are the electronics similar?

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